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bein.harim.tours. Back then the masts on the houses were
Like the masts of Columbus' shi

Back then the masts on the houses were Like the masts of Columbus' ships And every raven that stood on their tips Heralded a different continent. The knapsacks of travelers walked the streets And the language of the foreign country pierced the heatwave Like the blade of a cold knife. How can the air of this small city Lift up so many childhood memories, cast off loves, Rooms emptied out somewhere... from the poem "Tel Aviv" 1935 by Leah Goldberg Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin #telavivmarina #telavivsea #telaviv #israel #israelipoets #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. Good morning from the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus walked on water! Joi

Good morning from the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus walked on water! Join our Nazareth and Sea of Galilee tours to see it with your own eyes Image @ Shutterstock #seaofgalilee #beinharimtours #israel #jesuswalkingonwater #kineret

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bein.harim.tours. Israel is a vegetarian paradise. Just look at this eggplant served wit

Israel is a vegetarian paradise. Just look at this eggplant served with stewed lentils and an extraordinarily light and creamy tahini sauce! Photo courtesy of Oksana Mats #israelifood #eggplantwithtahini #israelicuisine #israelforvegetarians #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. The cupola of the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth is built over

The cupola of the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth is built over the place that is considered to be the home of the Virgin Mary. Here the archangel Gabriel told the young Mary that she would become the mother of the Son of God. And Mary said: “Let it be done to me according to your word.” The Church is visited during our Nazareth and Galilee tours. #churchoftheannunciationinnazareth #nazareth #beinharimtours #holyland #christiantoursisrael

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bein.harim.tours. The Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish is a Roman Cat

The Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish is a Roman Catholic church located at Tabgha, Israel, marking the site where Jesus performed a miracle and fed thousands of his followers. One of the main highlights of the church are its restored 5th-century mosaics. These are the earliest known examples of figurative floor mosaics in Christian art in the Holy Land.This church is visited during our Nazareth and Galiee tour (link in the first comment) #churchofthemultiplication #christiansitesinisrael #israel #holyland #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. The Iris reserve, south of the city of Netanya, is one of only two pla

The Iris reserve, south of the city of Netanya, is one of only two places in Israel, where you can still see the colorful bloom of rare and impressive Israeli flowers. The Irises bloom in February – March and attract thousands of visitors from around the country. Photo courtesy of Елена Орлова (Elena Orlova) #irisreserveinisrael #flowersinisrael #bloomingflowersinisrael #beinharimtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. An urban winter's day in Tel Aviv

Photo courtesy of Jenny Ehrlich

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An urban winter's day in Tel Aviv Photo courtesy of Jenny Ehrlich #telavivinwinter #wintertelaviv #habimatheatre #beinharimtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. Halloumi is a fresh, semi-hard cheese, popular in Israel and throughou

Halloumi is a fresh, semi-hard cheese, popular in Israel and throughout the region broadly known as the Levant. The taste is slightly tangy and salty. It can be grilled, fried or broiled and won’t melt. It is a traditional component of the Levantine breakfast, eaten either fresh or fried, along with other dishes such as hummus, falafel, and khubz. Source: Wikipedia Photo courtesy of Oksana Mats #halloumi #haloumicheese #israelifood #beinharimtours #israel #israelicheese

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bein.harim.tours. Tel Aviv labelled itself the friendliest world city for dogs, with the

Tel Aviv labelled itself the friendliest world city for dogs, with the most dogs per capita. There is a special dog festival, called Kelaviv (a blend of “kelev,” Hebrew for “dog,” and Tel Aviv) held every year. #telavivdogs #israelipets #israel #telaviv #dogfriendlycity #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. \"Tel Aviv is buzzing with so much life, you could bottle it and sell i

"Tel Aviv is buzzing with so much life, you could bottle it and sell it as honey..." (Clive Sinclair) #telaviv #telavivquotes #beinharimtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. Ramle is an unusual destination in Israel, where boats tour in an unde

Ramle is an unusual destination in Israel, where boats tour in an underground cistern. It also has a delightful market, an ancient tower, and a stunning church.The original Ramle was constructed in 716 C.E. as the first and only Moslem-built city in the land of Israel. Number 1 favorite Ramle attraction called the Pool of the Arches was built in 789 by Caliph Haron el Rashid as part of a large area aqueduct. It is nine meters high and almost square, over 21 meters long on one side and more than 19 on the other. Five rows of three stone columns each hold up an arched ceiling. Residents drew water out of square holes cut through the top Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin Source: www.timesofisrael.com #ramle #offthebeatentrackisrael #israel #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. The Door of Humility is the main entrance into the Church of Nativity

The Door of Humility is the main entrance into the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, standing where Jesus was born. Its tall arched doorway was reduced to a four-foot-high entrance to keep out horsemen. Nowadays when passing through it, you must bow down. Source: Wikipedia #churchofnativity #gatesofhumility #bethlehem #bethlehemtours #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. This silver star marks the actual site of Jesus' birth, located in a c

This silver star marks the actual site of Jesus' birth, located in a cave under the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem. The original star was stolen in 1847. Some assert that this was a contributing factor in the Crimean War against the Russian Empire connected with the rival claims to possession of the keys of the main doors of the basilica and of the crypt. Source: Wikipedia #silverstarofbethlehem #bethlehem #churchofnativity #israel #beinharimtours #christiansitesinisrael

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bein.harim.tours. Herod's Gate is a gate in the northern walls of the Old City of Jerusa

Herod's Gate is a gate in the northern walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. In Luke 23:7 Jesus is sent by Pontius Pilate to Herod Antipas, and a Christian tradition identifies the site of nearby Greek Orthodox Church of St Nicodemus with the palace of Herod Antipas. "Flowers Gate" is the Hebrew name of the gate.The popular etymology connects it to the stone rosette which decorates the gate tower. Source: Wikipedia #jerusalem #jerusalemgates #herodsgate #flowersgate #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. \"Jerusalem is a festival and a lamentation. Its song is a sigh across

"Jerusalem is a festival and a lamentation. Its song is a sigh across the ages, a delicate, robust, mournful psalm at the great junction of spiritual cultures". David K. Shipler, a Pulitzer-Prize winner Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin #jerusalem #jerusalemquotes #israel #nightjerusalem #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. \"The 3 plastic figures on the balcony of Rothschild boulevard, 96 – \"I

"The 3 plastic figures on the balcony of Rothschild boulevard, 96 – "Introduction: Prologue" by Ofra Zimbalista – seem to be fixed in mid-song. Their postures also suggest a declamation of some sort recalling the nature of the boulevard as an arena for public discussion" Source: A Place in History. Modernism, Tel Aviv, and the Creation of Jewish Urban Space. Barbara E. Mann. #telaviv #Rothschildboulevard #Rothschild96 #ofrazimbalista #sculptureinisrael #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. Tel Aviv Promenade‬, commonly referred to in Hebrew simply as the Taye

Tel Aviv Promenade‬, commonly referred to in Hebrew simply as the Tayelet, runs along the Mediterranean seashore in Tel Aviv. Started in the late 1930s, it became a turning point in common perception of the city's coastline. Image © Shutterstock Source: Wikipedia #telaviv #israel #telavivpromenade #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. The wall mural in Cardo, the main street and commercial center of the

The wall mural in Cardo, the main street and commercial center of the city of Jerusalem during the Roman period, depicts how the Cardo might have looked then. Photo credit Dmitry Mishin #cardo #muralcardo #jerusalem #jerusalemoldcity #israel #beinharimtours

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